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Second Show Added with Mick Flannery & SON Thursday 28th Oct 2021!

Second Show Added with Mick Flannery & SON Thursday 28th Oct 2021!
11 October, 2021

Due to demand we are delighted to announce... We've added a second show with Mick Flannery and SON at the Hawk's Well Theatre, Sligo, Thursday Oct 28th 2021. With very special guest Rachel Sermanni.

We are delighted to announce a co-production with Sligo Live with Mick Flannery and Susan O’Neill (SON) performing LIVE at the theatre on Friday 29th October.

Award-winning, double-platinum selling Irish artist, Mick Flannery’s self-titled album debuted at No. 1 in July 2019. He was shortlisted for the RTE Choice Music Prize for Irish Album of the Year 2019, and premiered his musical “Evening Train” (based on his album of the same title) in June 2019 at Everyman Theatre, Cork.  While singer-songwriter Mick Flannery is outwardly reserved his songs are fluent in expressing layered aspects of the human condition, with all its flaws, triumphs and general uncertainty. 

Critically acclaimed performer and member of King Kong Company, SON - aka Susan O’Neill – is one of Ireland’s brightest emerging talents. Her first album ‘Found Myself Lost’ was one of Hot Press magazine’s ‘Albums of the Year’ and garnered her a number of opportunities, including joining Sharon Shannon on her sold-out tour of Australia and New Zealand. She has recently been collaborating with Mick Flannery, with whom she recently released a duet, “Baby Talk,” to rave reviews.

Live Stream Sales Link (// Live Stream Tickets €15 (includes a free Download of 'Baby Talk').

ALL EXISTING TICKETHOLDERS HAVE BEEN EMAILED WITH RESCHEDULED DATE

Please note that until the Government confirm that restrictions will be lifted further, the following will apply to all shows at the Hawk’s Well:
Please read our new Covid-19 Guidelines before you arrive. Masks must continue to be worn & we will also require patrons to present proof of vaccination/recovery. The bar will not be open until further notice also.

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